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Pizza Delivery

By Isa Adam

Copyright@2017 by Isa Adam

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This book is a work of fiction and any resemblance to persons, living or dead, or places, events or locales is purely coincidental.

It is intended only for adults over the age of 18 and all characters are represented as 18 or over.

It was date night and Clyde was late again. He'd somehow not managed to be on time to anything this past week much to her dismay and Naomi's suspicions were getting the better of her. She had to get to the bottom of this or else he'd make her look like a huge fool the way most men had already managed to do so.

She stretched herself in bed like a little cat. She hadn’t put on any makeup and her hair was a complete mess. She'd instructed her maid to tell him she was sick if Clyde bothered to show his face in her house. She had much better things to do than go out for dinner with a guy who was probably cheating on her. Besides, she had to find out for sure if he was a cheat.

She closed her eyes immediately she heard the door bell ring. She knew it would be him. He'd probably come into the house with one apology or another for coming late. He'd kiss her all over like he always did whenever he was trying to earn her forgiveness. It wouldn't work this time though no matter how it drove her crazy whenever he kissed her. She'd hardened herself. Made herself look as unattractive as she could and doubted that any man in their right mind would like to kiss her. She wouldn't even want to do it herself even if her life depended on it.

She heard him talk to the maid as he edged closer to her room despite her protestations. She should have known that Claudia wasn't ever to keep Clyde out. The man could be very insistent and she wouldn't fault her if she couldn't do the job. That would mean however that she would have to step up her game. Convince him that she truly was sick. That wouldn't be a problem under normal circumstances. She had done this so many times ever since she was a kid. Sometimes to get out of going to school and other times simply because she just could. She had not been a very agreeable child. These were no normal circumstances however. This was Clyde. He knew her better than anyone else. Probably better than he knew himself. He could see through her tricks no matter how sneaky she was and that bothered her. She had hoped that it wouldn't come to this but her current situation called for it.

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